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Support & Recovery

The very best place to turn when we need help is to the support and encouragement of others who have been down the road we have found ourselves on. From, Overcomers Outreach, our flagship recovery series, to support groups like GriefShare and DivorceCare; we have a place for you to find the strength you need.

Registration is not required for Support & Recovery Groups.

For additional information on all Support & Recovery Groups or to get the information to join on Zoom, please call (440) 236-8282.

Ways We Can Help

Overcomers Outreach

Through the truth of Scripture, the Twelve Steps and sharing in fellowship with other overcomers, participants let go of past hurts, triumph over current problems and learn to depend on God. For those suffering from alcohol, drug, gambling or eating disorders.

When & Where:

Columbia Station Campus – Wednessdays 6:30 PM – In person

Elyria Campus – Thursdays 7:00 PM – in person and on Zoom

Overcomers Outreach for Families

We reach out to the families of those who struggle with addictions. Through use of the Twelve Steps and Scripture, we offer tools and support to overcome life’s greatest problems.

When & Where:

Elyria Campus

  • Thursdays at 7:00 PM – in person and on Zoom
GriefShare

A support group for those grieving the loss of a loved one. This group is offered by those who understand your grief and can provide comfort and encouragement during this difficult time.

GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

GriefShare support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life.

When & Where:

GriefShare groups are offered at both Columbia Statoin and West campus locations.

Please see our “Events” tab for upcoming dates and times.

Mental Health Coach Ministry

Sometimes we struggle in life; we struggle to manage our thoughts, emotions, and even our behaviors. We struggle in our relationships. We struggle in defining our purpose.

A Mental Health Coach can help.

Working with a Coach can help you develop a healthy outlook for your future by regaining balance, fine-tuning decision making skills, or establishing a recovery plan. Your Coach can work with you to help you discover your purpose and develop a plan for your life.

Mental health coaches do not diagnose or offer professional care or treatment for mental health difficulties and disorders. At this time, Coaches are only able to assist those 18 years old and over.

If you are interested in meeting with a Mental Health Coach, please complete this form.

Meet our team of coaches HERE.

After you complete the form, you will be contacted by an Intake Coordinator within 24 hours to set up your next steps. 

Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke Support

This ministry offers support to caregivers of loved ones with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and stroke. Join us for information, encouragement and support from a perspective of faith and hope.

When & Where:

Columbia Station Campus – Last Sunday of each month at 4:00 PM

AA – Alcoholics Anonymous – Big Book Study

When & Where:

Columbia Station Campus – Fridays at 9:30 a.m.

Old Brooklyn Campus – Fridays at 7:00 PM

Christian Counseling

At Christ Church, we are committed to serving our congregation and community when crisis hits.

For more information on counseling services offered, or to make an appointment, please call the church office at (440) 236-8282.

Funerals

We know that losing a loved one is never easy. At Christ Church, we want to support you during this difficult time.

If you would like assistance in planning a funeral service or need support during the grieving process, please call the church office (440) 236-8282.

Weddings

The mission of the Marriage Ministry is to prepare couples to enter into marriage with the goal of a lifelong commitment. We strive to help engaged couples develop an awareness of strengths and growth areas. Couples will learn to share feelings and ideas, work together, and communicate more effectively.

For more information on our Marriage mentoring process and how to schedule a wedding, please call the church office at (440) 236-8282.

After you have spoken to the church office and confirmed the date we will ask you to complete this engaged couple profile.

 

Assistance Requests

If you need help, please complete this form and we will be in touch right away. God bless!